As a current resident of New York City, I know firsthand how picturesque it is. Luckily, I’ve got plenty of time and access to find the best places to have photoshoots, but I know it can be incredibly difficult to scope out the perfect spots if you’re on a time crunch and you’re not familiar with the area. So, I created a quick guide to everywhere you shouldn’t miss when you’re in search of picture-worthy scenes for your grid. From stunning old architecture to modern museums, these are some of the cool places to take pictures in NYC that made my most ‘grammable list.
Become a part of the art at this famous modern art-filled museum in Midtown.
Classic #OOTD backgrounds are all over SoHo. Snap a pic here to jazz up your city looks.
Pose in front of the Flatiron Building to add a little architecture to your grid.
The classic walk across the Brooklyn Bridge not only provides an amazing view of lower Manhattan, but I’d consider it one of the most cool places to take pictures in NYC on my list (so don’t miss it).
Like taking a photo in Paris without the cost of a flight to France. It’s also the perfect place to have a picnic when you’re done with your shoot.
Add some nostalgia and color to your feed and head on down to Coney Island to snap a few pics and live your “Uptown Girls” dream.
DUMBO not only has a breathtaking view of the city but also a flea market, so head on over to check it out and snap a couple pics.
If pink and green are your colors, this one’s a match-a made in heaven for your Insta feed.
Whether you’re a Glossier fanatic or just love a good mirror pic, this showroom has it all.
If old European towns are more your vibe, pretend you’re perusing the streets of Paris on this adorable street.
Head to dinner in NoMo SoHo and snap a cute photo under the greenery and string lights to brighten up your feed.
Head to the Top of the Rock for a super classic NYC photo.
Because there’s never not something Instagram-worthy at this art museum in Manhattan.
You can’t skip the Millennial pink exterior (and interior) of Pietro NoLita. Plus, it’s a solid place to grab a bite after your photo sesh.
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Opening image by Brittney Hughes.